Alex joins Finverity as Head of Corporate Sales & Origination and brings over 35 years of trade and supply chain finance experience.
The Greensill debacle contains lessons from reforming government lobbying to ensuring that supply chain financing technology provides the asset transparency, processing efficiency and operational control that lenders need. Among those key lessons is a throwback to the 2008 financial crisis: concentration kills.
Supply chain finance is an attractive, low-risk source of uncorrelated returns for investors and a useful treasury tool for companies of all sizes as long as there is transparency into underlying assets and the right technology underpins programmes.
SMEs in emerging markets often struggle to get the capital they need to thrive. Learn how to participate in supply chain finance asset class to invest ethically with low risk and reliable yields.
The fall of Greensill, a leading supply chain finance company, is all over the news. Learn how and why it happened, how to prevent similar scenarios and what it means for the industry.
Finverity’s CEO and co-founder Viacheslav Oganezov joined a panel discussion as part of the GTR MENA conference in February 2021 to debate how technology and innovation can help close a $1.5 trillion trade finance gap that impacts emerging market SMEs disproportionately.
Did you miss the last TXF webinar about SCF in emerging markets? We covered the impact of Covid-19, the emergence of SCF platforms and the value of SCF as an asset class for alternative funders.
How risky are investments in SCF really? Can SCF be truly transparent? How can technology mitigate its shortfalls?
We are delighted to be endorsed by ADGM and the UAE Central Bank as the UAE is one of the leading trade finance and fintech hubs in developed emerging markets with strong growth potential.